McKee became the third member of the Huskies’ women’s soccer coaching staff composed of himself, Ross and Christie Chappell.A native of Rapid City, S.D., McKee works mainly with the Huskie goalkeepers and runs individual training sessions, along with other team training sessions. McKee’s coaching helped goalie Amy Carr become one of the most decorated keepers in NIU history. Carr finished with 18 shutouts and 282 saves in her career, the second and fourth most in school history, respectively. Her 0.89 goals-against average in 2012 was the best by an NIU keeper since 2007 and her 86 saves in 2013 marked the most in a season by a Huskie goalie since 2006. McKee came to DeKalb from the University of Sioux Falls, where he was a graduate assistant during the 2011 season for the men’s soccer program. There, he trained the goalkeepers, ran skill and fitness sessions and aided in recruiting, fundraising and with compliance for the first-year Division II program. At the club level, McKee has served in various capacities with the Rushmore Soccer Club, South Dakota State Association Olympic Development program and the Dakota Alliance Soccer Club. He owns a United States Soccer Federation “C” license and National Soccer Coaches Association of America state and regional goalkeeping licenses. McKee also serves as the Girls Director of Coaching at Northern Illinois Football Club.